On my second visit to Bing Go Street Food at EnEx 100, I had the char siu pork bing which was really tasty with tender, flavoursome pork, stronger flavours via the Chinese sausage, contrasted against the pickled mustard vegetable, and a delicious sauce to tie it all together. The crepe and all ingredients are soft so the presence of the wantons provide a lovely crunch and textual contrast to each mouthful. The wantons also go perfectly in desserts as in the Shanghai Surprise I ordered. Combined with banana and Nutella, a dusting of icing sugar and whipped cream, it is a rather naughty treat to finish off the meal and left me really full, but very satisfied. . . . → Read More: (Free Bings – Special Reader Offer) Bing Go Street Food – 12 Jan 2015
VizEat is a global community of people who share home cooked meals with guests. VizEat connects hosts and guests from all over the world to open the doors to hospitality, cuisine, tradition, and culture. Whether you be a traveller in a foreign country or a local in your own city looking for a new experience, VizEat can connect you with a a willing host to provide a meal to cater your dietary needs. Are you interested in being a host? Or a guest around a dinner table in a foreign country you’re visiting? Find out more about VizEat. . . . → Read More: VizEat – Enjoy A Home Made Meal Anywhere In The World
What: Food festival of events Where: Perth CBD, Northbridge and other locations When: 18 March – 24 April 2015 Web: http://visitperthcity.com.au/eatdrinkperth
The Eat Drink Perth food festival is back for another year and there’s plenty of events to keep you interested. The West Australian had a lift out covering the event which . . . → Read More: Eat, Drink, Perth – Night Noodle Markets
Since I first visited, Shiro have revamped the lunch set to offer a bit less for a cheaper price. The prior lunch set used to be like a mini three course meal which left you stuffed. I think these lunch time sets are more accessible and suited to people’s appetites and budgets. For the price, they’re great value, offer variety, choice, and quality. I really liked the delicious katsu sauce which significantly livened up the plain steamed rice. Along with the crunchy crumbed succulent chicken, the light crispy batter of the tempura, the soothing miso soup, and the refreshing garden salad and dressing, it made for a delicious meal. . . . → Read More: Shiro Izakaya – 20 Mar 2015
ATTENTION PERTH CHOCOHOLICS!
WORLD FAMOUS CHOCOLATE BAR ARRIVES IN WA
Have you ever dreamed of walking into chocolate heaven where your only decision is whether to indulge in the rich, creamy chocolate fondue or devour the marshmallow-topped chocolate pizza? Perth chocoholics need dream no more . . . → Read More: Media Release: Max Brenner’s Chocolate Bar Comes To WA
I did use the Entertainment Book to get a discount but for 3 dishes at a full price of $46, or $23 each, it’s pretty good value considering we got variety and some tasty food. I really liked the vegetable tart which had a lovely well balanced filling between the pumpkin and blue cheese. The slow cooked beef brisket was tender within the sliders though needed a bit of a boost in flavour and the tomato sauce helped moisten things up. The onion rings contained a lovely crunchy crisp light batter and were delicious. The lamb ribs were very tender and tasty and didn’t require the chipotle barbecue sauce. Lovely all round meal. . . . → Read More: The Generous Squire – 19 Mar 2015
No 4 Blake Street still presents fine cuisine at it’s restaurant, but has transformed a part of the restaurant into a casual wine bar with share plates of varying sizes called Next Door @ No 4. I went for this and there’s a feed me option (“Trust The Chef” at $50pp) where the chef selects bread, a couple of snacks, 2 of the smaller dishes, 3 of the larger dishes, and a dessert. This is a great option so you don’t have to worry about making the tough decisions. We received a nice variety of dishes which left us satisfied and comfortably full. The highlights for me were the crispy potato skins, duck and taleggio croquettes with hazelnut marmalade, and the beef intercostal. Casual, variety, taste, easy. A great option though a little pricey. . . . → Read More: Next Door @ No 4 Blake Street – 15 Mar 2015
Ribs & Burgers, an established meat lover’s institution in Sydney and Melbourne, is the latest addition to 140 William – an urban destination, where food, art and retail collide on reimagined laneways in the Perth CBD.
Ribs & Burgers will be firing up their open flame grill at the first Western Australian location on 1 . . . → Read More: Media Release: Meat Lovers’ Mecca – Ribs & Burgers to Open at 140 William
Saturday 28 February 2015
After chatting to a couple of bloggers at last year’s IGA Great Southern Taste launch they had said how can you be a foodie and not have gone down south? A year has flown by so I thought I better make plans for a holiday and do it so I am.
. . . → Read More: My Road Trip Holiday Down South of WA
Cuisine: Native Australian Location: East Porongurup – Zarephath Wines
Mark Olive, a chef specialising in native Australian cuisine was the star attraction at Zarephath Wines, offering tasting plates for the event “The Black Olive At Zarephath” as part of the IGA Great Southern Taste food festival. With such lovely weather, a long table . . . → Read More: The Black Olive At Zarephath
Cuisine: Cafe, Winery Location: Denmark (Scotsdale)
As part of the IGA Great Southern Taste food festival, one of the events which caught my eye was the Degustation Dinner With Todd Stuart, Petite Morte Chef, Matched To Singlefile Wines. It was another drive to Denmark which is home to several wineries. I was . . . → Read More: Degustation Dinner With Todd Stuart, Petite Morte Chef, Matched To Singlefile Wines
The first quiche I dived into was a bacon and cheese quiche which was delicious. Lovely buttery pastry that is just divine encasing a lovely rich filling. I’m glad I ordered the sharp salad which took the edge off the richness. I really enjoy quiche and this was excellent. I also had a few bites of the smoked salmon quiche which is even better. I’ll save that for breakfast tomorrow along with a few other pastries I picked up. The next day I warmed the quiche up and it was amazing! I really love the flavour of the smoked salmon which is just like chunks of softened salmon, but with a smoky flavour, well complimented by the creamy avocado. I liked this quiche the best and also enjoyed my other pastries. . . . → Read More: Gourmandise & Co – 7 Mar 2015